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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Green House Peru Sacred Valley
The Green House is really special. Kelly welcomed us into her home and cooked delicious dinners each evening, which we enjoyed with the other guests while sharing our travelling tales. Our room was very comfortable overlooking a beautiful garden with a backdrop of mountains, but it was the special touches that made our stay memorable like being able to curl up with a blanket round the fire in the lounge in the evening and going to bed to find it warmed with a hot water bottle.
It was a perfect location to explore and we found it easy to get about by local buses to visit Moray, Salinas and Pisac.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Green House Peru Sacred Valley
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... with Krissy and we took our time the whole day. It took me 6.5 hours to do the whole portion of today's hiking. 12km! 4 hours uphill to dead woman's pass. Such a killer!! The altitude got higher and higher until eventually we were at 4215m above sea level. Approaching dead woman's pass was the hardest point. So exhausting and steep! Downhill afterwards was a relief and much quicker but so ******* the knees. I loved listening to my music and ...
... living together harmoniously. The owner showed us her house. We could walk the Ollyantaymbo Inca ruins however we all declined as we did Machu Picchu. Mind you there were about 300 steps to climb so we ended up having extra time at the markets as Pisac.
This afternoon we had lunch at a local's house where ...
... the worst of the trip. They served us pancakes with hot chocolate. I drank the chocolate but no pancakes for me, so hungry, tired, and mad at our guide, we started the longest day. The climb started with some more stairs up to the second highest peak which was a great way to warm up. We had the opportunity to stop at some more ruins about halfway up the peak, which was an old military outpost the Incas used to watch the pass, and messenger stopping point for ...
... that it flows into the Amazon which is the longest river in the world - 6700km - 150km longer than the Nile. We zigzag our way up the mountain to come into agricultural land on the other side. Corn, quinoa and potatoes in that order are the main crops here. Peru is the second largest producer of quinoa. Barley grown here is for the local beer only. We pass through the very old town of Maras with mud brick houses with tiled roofs. We ...
There, time to organise. The porters were there already and I saw their huge backpacks that they were filling, trying to organise the loads so that each would not have more than 20 kg on his back. The portable scale was going from hands to hands. I thought, these bags are heavier than that! Our group, five german handsome young men, 25-27 years old, all friends, and five lovely looking young women, same age, two from the USA, two from The Netherlands, and a ...